The ERS Handbook of Respiratory Medicine was first published during the ERS Barcelona Congress 2010 with great success. This was the first medical textbook to be launched by ERS. The content has followed the HERMES syllabus and HERMES curriculum and provides a compact guide on each of the key areas in respiratory medicine. Each section featured in the ERS Handbook has been assembled by senior specialists across Europe and beyond to create a state-of-the-art textbook. Click here for more information.
The ERS Handbook of Paediatric Respiratory Medicinecovers the whole spectrum of paediatric respiratory medicine, from anatomy and development to disease, rehabilitation and teatment.
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The ERS Handbook of Respiratory Sleep Medicine was officially launched during the ERS Congress in Vienna. The content of this newest handbook closely follows the syllabus developed by the respiratory Sleep HERMES task force based on 9 syllabus modules. The handbook closely follows the structure developed to help those working in the field recognise symptoms, reach a diagnosis and deliver practical treatment recommendations.
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The ERS Handbook: Self Assessment in Respiratory Medicine was also launched during the Vienna congress. This handbook provides candidates hoping to sit the HERMES examination with 111 examination questions and short descriptions on answers. The questions have been designed and reviewed by the examination committee in adult respiratory medicine. This handbook is a vital resource for any candidate preparing to sit the HERMES examination in adult respiratory medicine.
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The ERS Practical Handbook of Noninvasive Ventilation provides a concise “why and how to” guide to NIV from the basics of equipment and patient selection to discharge planning and community care.
CME questions for this book can be found here.
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